Loss Of Bladder Control

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jane Says:


have been taking ampyra 10mg twice daily for 6 wks. the headaches went away after 4wks,the dyspepsia is tolerable but during the last 2 wks bladder control or rather, lack of it, has become a huge issue for me. recently I had 2 episodes of urine incontinence, I can live with the other side effects as a trade off for the improvements in walking but cannot face living in fear of wetting myself in public or having to wear protective products. before ampyra I had minor urgency/ hesitancy episodes but now it's horrible. considering stopping ampyra .advice?



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Verwon Says:

Hello, Jane! How are you? I'm sorry about the problem that you've had, I agree, that would be horrible.

Have you consulted your doctor? You may be able to take something to counteract this side effect, rather than give up the Amprya altogether.

The FDA lists its other typical side effects as possibly including nausea, dizziness, muscle cramps and dizziness.





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